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  • Rumor: Foxconn Testing Apple Television Set Designs


    In what may come as the last big rumor out of Asia's manufacturing and supply chain before the end of 2012, speculation arose Wednesday that Foxconn is playing an active role in the development of what could be Apple's biggest product launch in 2013.

    According to a report from Taiwan's Central News Agency, Foxconn (aka Hon Hai Precision) is working with Apple to perfect the optimal designs for the rumored but widely anticipated Apple HDTV that will most likely see the light of day within the next twelve months.

    Hon Hai, the world's largest contract electronics maker, has declined to respond to the reports, saying that it never comments on specific business deals with any single client.
    The source in question, however, did reveal that the initial phase of tests on the Apple HDTVs has already begun. The report casts doubt on the product being sold before the end of 2013, although it will be made public for marketing hype, possibly at an Apple media event, months before sales formally commence.

    As far as hardware details are concerned, the report only indicates that the TV displays range in sizes of 46-55 inches.

    Source: Patently Apple
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Rumor: Foxconn Testing Apple Television Set Designs started by Michael Essany View original post
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. pegitt's Avatar
      pegitt -
      This is the first story you've written without referring to the TV as iTV, are you feeling ok?
    1. feidhlim1986's Avatar
      feidhlim1986 -
      Quote Originally Posted by pegitt View Post
      This is the first story you've written without referring to the TV as iTV, are you feeling ok?
      Maybe he's finally seen sense and realised that not even the all might Apple can undo over 50 years of trademark on the ITV name.
    1. kalpesh78's Avatar
      kalpesh78 -
      Apple should first rectify its glitches in existing ios devices. then look for newer opportunities.